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Reduce, Reuse, Refill, Columbus!

Reduce, Reuse, Refill, Columbus!

Julian Foglietti
Jamie Fairman and Adria Hall, Photo by Koko

While refillable container stores have been making waves on the coasts for a while, Columbus has largely remained out of the loop–until now. 

Koko, a sustainable living and refill shop, opening Friday, July 17, features home and self care products as well as a section for customers to fill up on essentials like laundry detergent and household cleaning products. 

Jamie Fairman and Adria Hall of the plant shop Forage, founded Koko as a way to allow better access to sustainable living and “remove the cloak of privilege” that often surrounds it. 

“Each person’s sustainability journey and efforts will look a little different, but we are here to help make it approachable and accessible to all,” said Fairman. 

The new store is located at 15 N. Westmoor Ave. in Westgate and was originally set to open on May 2 but moved the grand opening to July 17 in response to COVID-19.
The store will be open Wednesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., with private shopping appointments available on Tuesdays. In addition to in-store shopping, Koko will offer online ordering through their website, as well as curbside pickup.

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